NAME

 

Lucia B. Phinney

Distinguished Lecturer

TEACHING AREA

 

Architectural Design, Landscape, Urbanism

EDUCATION

 

Master of Landscape Architecture (projected)

1979, Master of Architecture

1970, Bachelor of Arts    

University of Virginia

University of Virginia

New College, Sarasota Florida

 

 

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

University of Virginia

ARCH 201, 202, 301, 302, 401, 402, 601, 602, 801

thesis and independent study advisor

studio coordinator: ARCH 201, 202, 301, 401

curriculum coordinator: Arch 201 urbanism curriculum

1981-present

 

 

 

1992

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Architecture and Urbanism, Robin Dripps & Lucia Phinney

Guy Duval, Architect, Paris France

J. Farmer,   Architect, Charlottesville, Va.

Glave, Newman, Anderson,  Architects Richmond,  Va.                

1981 - present

1980

1978-1980

1977

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

 

House selected for Charlottesville/Albemarle Architecture Week Tour

named Distinguished Lecturer

Shinkenchenku Residential Design Competition, Japan, Third Prize

w/ Robin Dripps

Jefferson Fellowship           

AIA Fellowship

DuPont Fellowship

2002

1996

 

1983

1975-1976

1976-1977

1977-1978

PUBLICATIONS (Recent/selected)

 

“Landscape” Journal of Princeton University

“Preservation and Progress” Modulus Journal of the University of Virginia

Eighteen Houses W. Jude Le Blanc, editor

Architects House Themselves Michael Webb

Elle Décor

House Beautiful

 

RESEARCH & CREATIVE WORK

(Recent/selected)

 

MLA Thesis: Urban Microclimates: Manifestations of the Wild Energies in the Structure of Waynesboro, Virginia

Ljubljana:  Jose Plecnik’s Urban Vision

Boundary Layer:  Design and Development of Double Skin, Trellis, Microclimates          

Transparent Interventions: stairs, cabinets, ceiling

Earthworks and Water Bodies:  design and construction

of local ecosystem              

Representation of Site

 

2002-2003

2001

 

2002

2000

 

1999 – 2000

1995 - 2000

SERVICE

Member,  Board of Trustees, Crossroads Waldorf School

website design:  http://www.crossroadswaldorfschool.org

1999-2001

2000